Asiedu Nketia has reached menopause – Chairman Wontumi reveals

Asiedu Nketia has reached menopause | Airnewsonline

The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bernard Antwi Bosiako, has disclosed that the General Secretary of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia has passed his prime.

He said with the NDC electing ‘old’ leaders like Nketia, the 2020 general elections will be easy for his party.

“The likes of Asiedu Nketia whose utterances and poor decisions has caused NDC in so many ways and this prove to the fact that he [Asiedu Nketia] together with other members of the NDC are suffering from menopause and therefore lacks the capacity to function effectively.

Bernard Antwi Bosiako aka Chairman Wontumi
Asiedu Nketia has reached menopause – Chairman Wontumi reveals

NPP is not perturbed about the new crop of NDC leadership and cannot wait for election 2020,” he said.

Antwi Bosiako, popularly known as Chairman Wontumi, said due to Nketia’s age his decisions for the NDC has turned them into a laughing stock in Ghana.

Speaking on Okay Fm’s “Ade Akye Abia”, he outlined some of the poor decisions Nketia has taken as the General Secretary of the NDC.

“During our conference to elect new national leaders for our party, we sent a letter to the NDC to join us which they failed.

Asiedu Nketia, trying to explain why they didn’t show up, said he met the Vice president at a funeral and told him they are busy so they can’t make it knowing very well that administratively the Vice President wasn’t the right person to have channeled that information to but rather officials of the party”, he said.

The vociferous Chairman also said “The errors he keeps committing are not once or twice. That is why I’m saying the NDC, looking at people like Inusah Fuseini, Asiedu Nketia, Kofi Adams and some of their MPs in Parliament now, I can say they have all reached menopause and they can’t come back”.

Asiedu Nketia, also known as General Mosquito, was re-elected as the General Secretary of the NDC for a record 3rd term at the party’s National Congress last week.

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